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The New Normal on financials, stocks or crypto?

As everyone and elsewhere around the world is affected by the current pandemic brought by COVID-19, including the global stock markets, you may need to review your financial portfolio and decide which one to let go and which to be retained. Others who have high hopes on few markets will buy the dip, but which is which?

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Meanwhile, cryptocurrency market enthusiast around the world has never been excited at this times. While Bitcoin has been on the flat levels at $9100-$9400, other altcoins has more abrupt movements. This is where the day traders can gain profits.

Another new feature on crypto market are the rise of Stablecoins and Digital Banks. As these are pegged to a dollar, significant platforms and and big exchangers are offering staking programme whereby they offer much bigger interest rates than that of traditional banks time or fixed deposits.

A new start-up Digital Bank has been recently launch by a multi-industry company in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and taking storm on social platforms. The digital crypto bank, Monies Bank is offering staking of MSC stablecoin and now has over 10 Million clients around the world and mostly business entrepreneurs from China.

MONIES BANK App registration is free at this LINK.

Monies digital bank provides clients with comprehensive financial services across the traditional financial and cryptocurrency financial industry, global interface, including commercial banks, investment banks, asset management, trust and other services.

It is worth mentioning that the “water release” of the global central bank caused by the epidemic will bring some liquidity benefits to the encrypted assets, especially after the implementation of “zero interest rate” in the United States this year, there will be likelihood of low interest rate or even zero interest rate for a long time in the future. Compared with other financial assets, the encrypted assets should be a relatively periodic and valuable investment Capital target, so there is still a lot of room for encryption assets to rise in the future.

In line with the main business of Coinbase, bringing global asset allocation and value-added services to customers and institutions, especially encryption assets, is a strong point of Monies Digital Banking. In other words, this year will be the best time for business volume to break out.

In addition, Monies digital bank has the following differentiated competitiveness:

1. The core members of the digital bank come from the international first-line quantitative hedge funds, and have carried out in-depth cooperation with the top hedge funds in the domestic futures market to ensure that the mainstream encrypted digital assets deposited by users can obtain α excess return higher than the market in Munich.

2. Different from traditional banks, all operations of digital banks are completed through smart contracts on the Monies public chain. All operations can be checked on the chain, reducing human participation, and asset management is highly transparent and decentralized.

3. As an asset management provider, digital banks have multiple asset supports, including legal currency, cryptocurrency, minerals, real estate, patent credit, etc., which are more secure and stable than a single asset and protect the security of customer assets in an all-round way.

4. The digital bank has a licensed exchange BICC and missimx, as well as an Estonian stock exchange license. It has its own digital assets platform in the encrypted financial market in Asia Pacific and Europe, which provides investors with more convenient, larger volume, better depth and smaller price difference digital assets trading services.

5. Unique decentralized growth system. Digital banks recruit 1000 super nodes from all over the world, participate in the expansion and management of Monies global business, build a healthy investment ecosystem, and share the digital bank operational benefits.

Deployment 2: Mpay payment ecology + MSC stable currency system

Current electronic payment tools can’t meet the anonymous needs of the public – internet payment and bank card payment are closely bound with the traditional bank account system, and from the current global payment infrastructure and business reality, limited by the complex international regulation and the huge difference in the legal framework of each country.

Based on blockchain technology, payment and settlement can bypass all kinds of centralized control, which is inherently transnational, not subject to any geographical restrictions, anonymous and tamper-proof, and can transfer funds to all parts of the world in a few minutes.

The increasing adaption of blockchain-based payment has been unstoppable, and the digital payment industry will also change, so as to build a new payment pattern that is more inclusive, more secure, more real-time, more intelligent, more cross-border and more efficient.

Disclaimer: The above blog may have contain material from other source in the internet and credit is due to the respective creators or owners. This is likewise not an investment advice or whatsoever kind of financial advise. All contents hereafter are for general information only.

Token vs Coin — what’s the difference?

The terms in cryptocurrency ‘coin’ and ‘token’ are often used interchangeably. In practice, there are some differences… a bit.

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Two terms used to describe units of blockchain value are COIN and TOKEN. Their meaning and usage overlaps considerably and they are often used interchangeably, but — strictly speaking, at least — there are some differences.

Function vs form

Very broadly, a crypto coin is just that: a coin, or means of payment, whilst a token has wider functionality.

The express purpose of a coin is to act like money: as a unit of account, store of value and medium of transfer. Coins tend to take the form of native blockchain tokens like bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Monero (XMR), and so on, though they do not have to. ChronoBank’s Labour Hour (LH) tokens, which are hosted on Ethereum, can be considered as coins. Their purpose is solely to act as a form of money, storing value over time and enabling businesses to account and pay for services. They are created as ERC20 tokens for reasons of convenience.

Blockchain tokens do have value, but they cannot be considered money in quite the same way that a straightforward coin can. Tokens are generally hosted on another blockchain, like Ethereum or Waves: 2.0 protocols that allow users to create them using the core coin (e.g. ETH or WAVES — though there’s some debate about whether ETH and WAVES, both of which act like ‘fuel’ for their systems, are coins in the same way that BTC acts as a simple currency).

Tokens offer functionality over and above that of digital cash. They may deliver value to investors, beyond speculative returns; this is one of the purposes of ChronoBank’s TIME token. That can occur in a variety of ways, though typically through buybacks (since dividend payments entail regulatory problems). They may be used to hold votes by the community on key business decisions, or even technical changes to the platform.

Blurred lines

In practice, the line between coins and tokens is not clear and sharp. Both are used to transfer value, as a means of payment, in a similar way to that both USD and shares are used to reward people for work (though predominantly the former). It’s possible to host coins as tokens on 2.0 platforms, as is the case with LH on Ethereum. And the purpose of coins can go beyond simple payments; Crown (CRW), for example, uses batches of 10,000 coins locked in ‘Trons’ — masternodes — as a kind of electoral college for governance votes.

Whilst the language will no doubt continue to evolve with the technology, most people therefore agree on the broad strokes: coin = cash, token = everything else.

 

Vietnamese University Plans to Accept Bitcoin Despite Central Bank Ban

FPT, a private Vietnamese university is planning to accept tuition fees in bitcoin with a workaround of the central bank’s ban on using cryptocurrencies as payment instruments.
​FPT University is a private academic institution with campuses in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Da Nang, Vietnam’s three major cities. The university will soon begin accepting bitcoin for tuition payments from foreign students, according to FPT University President Dr. Le Truong Tung who shared the announcement on his Facebook page. With bitcoin, Tung believes foreign students can circumvent strict currency controls in their respective countries.
Dr. Tung stated:

 ​Therefore, FPT decided to test by officially and concretely announcing the enrollment of foreign students to study in Vietnam made possible by using bitcoin as a means to pay tuition fees, [which would also] attract foreign students.

According to the school official, the university is looking to research cryptocurrencies like bitcoin within its curriculum, specifically in finance, business management, and banking. The intended acceptance of bitcoin and usage of cryptocurrency for research among its courses is a pioneering move for FPT, making it the first Vietnamese university to do so. As such, there are 100 foreign students enrolled at the university, a meager 1% of the total student body. Tung expects bitcoin to help bolster those numbers as the university finds a way to accept the cryptocurrency despite recent legal frameworks by the central bank that prohibits bitcoin as a legal method of payment.
​To do so, foreign students would be required to exchange bitcoin into Vietnamese dong, the country’s fiat currency, before paying the tuition fees. Alternatively, students will also be allowed to ‘donate’ their bitcoin to a bitcoin address or wallet owned by the university, where the cryptocurrency will be changed into legal currencies to fund their ‘scholarships.’

Dr. Tung added:

 ​In principle, FPT can open a bitcoin account for students to transfer the bitcoin to the school online…Later on, when specific regulations are implemented officially, both foreign and Vietnamese students can use [pay with] bitcoin.

Yesterday, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), the country’s central bank, clarified its position to confirm “Bitcoin and other virtual currencies are not lawful means of payment in Vietnam,” before effectively prohibiting the “issuance, supply [and] use of bitcoin.” The authority also said that using bitcoin as a means of payment will incur fines between VND 150 million – 200 million [approx. $9,000] and could also extend to criminal prosecution.

My Road to Cryptocurrency World

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Grand Launching of MSD in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Oct. 1, 2017

Testimonial

Erick Pader | Engineer | Former OFW

Monspace Account: Director Plan | Shareholder Plan | Member Plan

Date Started: April 5, 2017

Monspace Total Active Earnings : P1,800,000

(as of September 29, 2017)

Platform: Online | Facebook | youtube |Twitter | blogs

Founding Leader of Team ACES Reloaded

Professional Background

Eng’r Erick Pader is a Civil Engineer with more than 10 years professional experience in Singapore and Macau with up to 6 digits monthly income.  Project involvement: Singapore Sports Hub, Wynn Palace Casino Resort, Changi Airport Runway 3.

Monspace Achievements

In just merely 5 months doing Monspace, Eng’r Erick achieved the Million mark on his Active Income alone. The best part is, he successfully made 5 achievers under his Team Aces Reloaded to reach the Millionaires Circle. Thousands of people was inspired by him and a lot more to come.

In my entire 15 years professional career and 5 MLM companies that I have involved with, I have never seen a company that provides so much blessings to its members. This is the biggest results that I have so far in all my other MLM companies before. I didn’t even sell any single product and don’t bother to invite or recruit people to join me. What did I do? I constantly keep sharing this great opportunity online like in facebook, youtube and twitter. You should try this too. We are merely starting and the passive income is not counted yet.

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If you are into bitcoin and can’t invest much due to it’s skyrocketing value, Monspace has a better option on cryptocurrency with strong market back-up. We are more than 17 Million members and we are all excited for the launching of MSD in CoinMarketCap last October 1, 2017 with an initial value of $0.68.

MSD is the future of Cryptocurrency and now everyone is talking about in the coin market. Get hold and be a successful crypto-investor soon. Think BIG.

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Singing of Philippine National Anthem in the MSD Grand Launching on October 1, 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Over 30,000 Monspace Members all over the world attended the event and there are more than 200 delegates from the Philippines. Erick Pader was there and he is the one bearing the Philippine Flag.

 

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13 Things You Should Do If You Want To Be Successful

”Somebody once told me the definition of hell:

“On your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.” — Anonymous


Sometimes, to become successful and get closer to the person we can become, we don’t need to add more things — we need to let go on some of them.

There are certain things that are universal, which will make you successful if you let go on them, even though each one of us could have a different definition of success.

You can let go on some of them today, while it might take a bit longer to give up on others.


1. The Unhealthy Lifestyle

“Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.” — Jim Rohn

If you want to achieve anything in life, everything starts here. First you have to take care of your health, and there are only two things you need to keep in mind:

1. Healthy Diet
2. Physical Activity

Small steps, but you will thank yourself one day.


2.The Short-term Mindset

“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” — Mae West

Successful people set long-term goals, and they know that these aims are merely the result of short-term habits that they need to do every day.

These healthy habits shouldn’t be something you do; they should be something you embody.

There is a difference between: “Working out to get a summer body” and “Working out because that’s who you are.”


3. On Playing Small

“Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people will not feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. It is not just in some of us; it is in everyone, and as we let our light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” Marianne Williamson

If you never try and take great opportunities, or allow your dreams to become realities, you will never unleash your true potential.

And the world will never benefit from what you could have achieved.

So voice your ideas, don’t be afraid to fail, and certainly don’t be afraid to succeed.


4. Your Excuses

“It’s not about the cards you’re dealt, but how you play the hand.”
― Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture

Successful people know that they are responsible for their life, no matter their starting point, weaknesses, and past failures.

Realising that you are responsible for what happens next in your life is both frightening and exciting.

And when you do, that becomes the only way you can become successful, because excuses limit and prevent us from growing personally and professionally.

Own your life; no one else will.


5. The Fixed Mindset

“The future belongs to those who learn more skills and combine them in creative ways.” ― Robert Greene, Mastery

People with a fixed mindset their intelligence or talents are simply fixed traits, and that talent alone creates success — without effort. They’re wrong.

Successful people know this. They invest an immense amount of time on a daily basis to develop a growth mindset, acquire new knowledge, learn new skills and change their perception so that it can benefit their lives.

Remember, who you are today, it’s not who you have to be tomorrow.


6. Believing In The “Magic Bullet.”

“Every day, in every way, I’m getting better and better” — Émile Coué

Overnight success is a myth.

Successful people know that making small continual improvement every day will be compounded over time, and give them desired results.

That is why you should plan for the future, but focus on the day that’s ahead of you, and improve just 1% every day.


7. Your Perfectionism

“Shipping beats perfection.” — Kahn Academy’s Development Mantra

Nothing will ever be perfect, no matter how much we try.

Fear of failure (or even fear of success) often prevents us from taking an action and putting our creation out there in the world. But a lot of opportunities will be lost if we wait for the things to be right.

So “ship,” and then improve (that 1%).


8. Multi-tasking

“You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks.” ― Winston S. Churchill

Successful people know this. That’s why they choose one thing and then beat it into submission. No matter what it is — a business idea, a conversation, or a workout.

Being fully present and committed to one task, is indispensable.


9. Your Need to Control Everything

“Some things are up to us, and some things are not up to us.” — Epictetus, Stoic philosopher

Differentiating these two is important.

Detach from the things you cannot control, and focus on the ones you can, and know that sometimes, the only thing you will be able to control is your attitude towards something.

Remember, nobody can be frustrated while saying “Bubbles” in an angry voice.


10. On Saying YES To Things That Don’t Support Your Goals

“He who would accomplish little must sacrifice little; he who would achieve much must sacrifice much; he who would attain highly must sacrifice greatly.” — James Allen

Successful people know that in order to accomplish their goals, they will have to say NO to certain tasks, activities, and demands from their friends, family, and colleagues.

In the short-term, you might sacrifice a bit of instant gratification, but when your goals come to fruition, it will all be worth it.


11. The Toxic People

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
― Jim Rohn

People we spend the most time with, add up to who we become.

There are people who are less accomplished in their personal and professional life, and there are people who are more accomplished than us. If you spend time with those who are behind you, your average will go down, and with it, your success.

But if you spend time with people who are more accomplished than you, no matter how challenging that might be, you will become more successful.

Take a look at around you, and see if you need to make any changes.


12. Your Need To Be Liked

“The only way to avoid pissing people off is to do nothing important.” — Oliver Emberton

Think of yourself as a market niche.

There will be a lot of people who like that niche, and there will be individuals who don’t. And no matter what you do, you won’t be able to make the entire market like you.

This is entirely natural, and there’s no need to justify yourself.

The only thing you can do is remain authentic, improve and provide value every day, and know that the growing number of “haters” means that you are doing important things.


13. Your Dependency on Social Media & Television

“The trouble is, you think you have time” — Jack Kornfield

Impulsive web browsing and television watching are diseases of today’s society.
These two should never be an escape from your life or your goals.

Unless your goals depend on either, you should minimise (or even eliminate) your dependency on them, and direct that time towards things that can enrich your life.


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List of the State Universities and Colleges that may be covered by the P8B Additional Budget for CHED for 2017

Here is the list: 

National Capital Region (NCR)

President Eduardo S. Caillo

EULOGIO “AMANG” RODRIGUEZ INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

MARIKINA POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE

PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY

PHILIPPINE STATE COLLEGE OF AERONAUTICS

POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES

RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES

UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES

PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL (University of the Philippines Manila)
Under DBM-NCR Coverage

President Commo. Richard U. Ritual
PHILIPPINE MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY

MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS (Marawi)

Mindanao State University (General Santos Campus)

Mindanao State University (Maguindanao)Mindanao State University (Naawan)

Mindanao State University (Sulu)

Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology

Mindanao State University – Tawi-Tawi College of Technology and Oceanography
CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION (CAR)

President Aurelio Labanen Jr.

ABRA STATE INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

APAYAO STATE COLLEGE

BENGUET STATE UNIVERSITY

IFUGAO STATE UNIVERSITY

KALINGA-APAYAO STATE COLLEGE

MOUNTAIN PROVINCE STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
REGION 1 – ILOCOS

President Benjamin P. Sapitula

DON MARIANO MARCOS MEMORIAL STATE UNIVERSITY

ILOCOS SUR POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE

MARIANO MARCOS STATE UNIVERSITY

NORTH LUZON PHILIPPINES STATE COLLEGE

PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN PHILIPPINES
Region II – Cagayan Valley

President Aleth M. Mamauag

BATANES STATE COLLEGE

CAGAYAN STATE UNIVERSITY

ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY

NUEVA VIZCAYA STATE UNIVERSITY

QUIRINO STATE COLLEGE
Region III – Central Luzon

President Eusebio V. Angara

AURORA STATE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY

BULACAN AGRICULTURAL STATE COLLEGE

BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY

CENTRAL LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY

DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY

NUEVA ECIJA UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

PAMPANGA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE

RAMON MAGSAYSAY TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY
Region IV-A – CALABARZON

President Dr. Tirso A. Ronquillo

BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY

CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY

LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE

SOUTHERN LUZON STATE UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF RIZAL SYSTEM
REGION IV-B – MIMAROPA

President Romulo H. Malvar

MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE

MINDORO STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY

OCCIDENTAL MINDORO NATIONAL COLLEGE

PALAWAN STATE UNIVERSITY

ROMBLON STATE UNIVERSITY

WESTERN PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY
Region V – Bicol

President Fay Lea Patria M. Lauraya

BICOL UNIVERSITY

CAMARINES NORTE STATE COLLEGE

CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES

CENTRAL BICOL STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE

CATANDUANES STATE COLLEGES

DR. EMILIO B. ESPINOSA SR. MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY

PARTIDO STATE UNIVERSITY

SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE
Region VI – Western Visayas

President Danilo E. Abayon

AKLAN STATE UNIVERSITY

CAPIZ STATE UNIVERSITY

CARLOS HILADO MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE

GUIMARAS STATE COLLEGE

ILOILO STATE COLLEGE OF FISHERIES

NEGROS STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE

NORTHERN NEGROS STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE

WESTERN VISAYAS COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Region VII – Central Visayas

President Marcelo T. Lopez

CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY

CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY

NEGROS ORIENTAL STATE UNIVERSITY

SIQUIJOR STATE COLLEGE
Region VIII – Eastern Visayas

President Reynaldo A. Lombrio

EASTERN SAMAR STATE COLLEGE

EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY

LEYTE NORMAL UNIVERSITY

NAVAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY

PALOMPON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY

SOUTHERN LEYTE STATE UNIVERSITY

VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF EASTERN PHILIPPINES

Region IX – Zamboanga Peninsula

President Hji. Nasser A. Salain

BASILAN STATE COLLEGE

JOSEFINA H. CERILLES STATE COLLEGE

JOSE RIZAL MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE

SULU STATE COLLEGE

TAWI-TAWI REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE

WESTERN MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY

ZAMBOANGA CITY STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE

ZAMBOANGA STATE COLLEGE OF MARINE SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Region X- Northern Mindanao

President Victor M. Barroso

BUKIDNON STATE COLLEGE

CAMIGUIN POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE

CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY

MINDANAO UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

MISAMIS ORIENTAL STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY

NORTHWESTERN MINDANAO STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Region XI – Davao Region

President Jonathan A. Bayogan

DAVAO DEL NORTE STATE COLLEGE

DAVAO ORIENTAL STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES AGRI-BUSINESS AND MARINE AND AQUATIC SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHEASTERN PHILIPPINES

Region XII – SOCCSKSARGEN

Officer-In-Charge Bashier D. Salic

ADIONG MEMORIAL POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE

COTABATO CITY STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE

COTABATO FOUNDATION COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

SULTAN KUDARAT STATE UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MINDANAO

Region XIII – CARAGA

President Doroteo E. Jacquias

AGUSAN DEL SUR STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY

CARAGA STATE UNIVERSITY

SURIGAO DEL SUR STATE UNIVERSITY

SURIGAO STATE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

The P8-B budget may only covered the tuition fee, but not the other miscellaneous expenses like laboratory fees.

The additional budget for CHED was part of the P3.35-T proposed budget for 2017. It only needed the approval of President Rodrigo Duterte and he’s expected to sign it after his trip abroad.

P3 COMPLETE LIST: State Universities and Colleges in the Philippines – Free Tuition Starts in 2017

Yesterday, it has been reported that all State Universities and Colleges in the Philippines will offer education to Filipino nationals for absolutely free starting next year. This, after the Congress and Senate moved to include the 8 Billion pesos additional budget for the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). 
This only means that all students studying at universities and colleges listed below will no longer have to pay for any tuition fee. Yes, Filipinos can now get their degree at no-cost at all!

Not sure if you are enrolled to an SUC? Check if your school is on the list. Will keep you posted. Subscribed.

UPDATE: Here’s a Tweet from Senator Sonny Angara confirming this news. Unless President Duterte decides to veto the 2017 GAA/ National Budget which is very unlikely, this news is as good as approved. Pirma nalang po ang kulang mga bes! 🙂

The Life of Dax

THE LIFE OF DAX ALEJANDRO

Dax Alejandro is an Actor, Physique Trainer, Life and Spiritual Mentor, and Life Speaker. But there is more from his life…

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Madami na syang pinagdaanan bago nya maabot ang estado na ito. Simula 17yrs pa lamang sya, nag trabaho na sya bilang isang messenger. Habang sya ay nagtatrabaho, hinimuk sya ng mga kaibigan nya na subukin ang pag aartista.

Sa kabutihang palad, may mga nakakita sa kanyang potential sa larangan ng pag arte. Nag teatro sya, lumabas sa telebisyon, nag karoon ng ibat ibang commercials at nag bida ma rin sa mga indie films.

Ngunit sa kabila ng mga ito, mas pinili nya na lumiban sa pag aartista. Naging humble sya at pinakita nya ang pagiging totoo. Inilaan nya ang kanyang talento sa pagiging Life & Spiritual mentor.

Mas pinili nya na mapalapit sa tao at tumulong gamit ang kanyang talento. Ipamahagi ang kanyang mga nalalaman at mag inspire. Sya ang itinuturing na lucky charm ng mga taong nakaka trabaho at nakaka salimuha nya.

Ngayon ay isang napakagaling leader at top earner sa isang newcomer na negosyo sa larangan ng networking. In fact, he is the Top 2 earner ng The-Limitless.com na kompanya. Subaybayan natin sya at maiinspire kayo sa kanya.

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Super-important habit of successful people like Bill Gates demonstrated even as a kid

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In a recent Forbes interview, Bill Gates’ dad reveals what the Microsoft billionaire was like growing up.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the young Gates was an extreme bookworm:

Just about every kind of book interested him — encyclopedias, science fiction, you name it. I was thrilled that my child was such an avid reader, but he read so much that Bill’s mother and I had to institute a rule: no books at the dinner table.

That Gates loved to read as a kid is hardly surprising. Today, his personal blog “GatesNotes” features upwards of 150 book recommendations for everything from scientific histories to novels.

Among the world’s richest and most successful people, a passion for books and for lifelong learning is hardly uncommon. Author and self-made millionaire Steve Siebold has interviewed more than 1,200 of the world’s wealthiest people over the past three decades and has noted that reading for self-education is a common thread among them.

Investing legend Warren Buffett reportedly spends about 80% of his day reading, and continues to include book recommendations in his annual shareholder letters.

In 2015, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg resolved to read a book every two weeks, and even started a book club called “A Year of Books” so that he could discuss those books with the Facebook community.

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey selects a book every month for readers to discuss online as part of “Oprah’s Book Club 2.0,” and when tech billionaire Elon Musk is asked how he learned to build rockets, he reportedly answers, “I read books.”

Experts say reading is crucial for anyone in a leadership position. Writing in The Harvard Business Review, author John Coleman argues that reading can make you a better communicator and more empathetic.

Meanwhile, Scotty McLennan, a lecturer in political economy at Stanford Graduate School of Business, suggests that novels can boost leadership skills by showing readers reality in a way that case studies and business books can’t.

Obviously, there’s no one secret to becoming wildly successful. But a weekly trip to your local library is an almost surefire way to increase your knowledge and your effectiveness in business settings.

-source: businessinsider.com

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